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TEMP0RAEt.Y LODGING ALLOWANCE Temporary lodging allowance (TLA) was     also discussed  in   chapter   80  of  this   TRAMAN.     It   is  discussed here   because    it connection    with is  an   allowance that    is   authorized PCS  to  certain    members. in TLA   is  a PCS  allowance    payable   incident     to  initially reporting to    an    overseas PDS,     detaching from an overseas   PDS,   or  under    certain    other    circumstances. It is  authorized     to  partially reimburse    a  servicemember   for more    than normal expenses incident to   the    use   of temporary lodgings     outside    CONUS. TLA    cannot    be  paid    at   the   same  time    as  overseas housing allowance (OHA)     or  cost-of-living allowance (COLA) except     under conditions specified in    JFTR, Volume    1,  paragraph     U91OOC4.   TLA   is  not   payable   for a   member or    on    behalf of    a   dependent acquired subsequent to  the   effective date   of  PCS   orders    while they   are  initially seeking   a  residence. Refer   to  the   glossary     contained in   this    TRAMAN for   the   definition of  effective    date   of  orders. Refer  to  the  JFTR,   Volume    1, chapter   9,  part   C,  and MILPERSMAN, Article 2640330,     for     additional information concerning overseas   TLA. PROCESSING OF   NEW RECEIPTS Processing    new   personnel    when    they   report    aboard requires    attention to  a  number    of  details.    To  make  sure that     all    receipt procedures are   followed, you    should develop and    use    a   check-off list containing all    the actions required in checking-in personnel. This check-off    listing should     satisfy    your    local    command’s requirements. You   should    become  familiar with     the   manuals     and instructions necessary to   properly complete all    the check-in   requirements and  to  make   sure   all   actions   are completed. Important manuals include the ENLTRANSMAN, Source    Data System    Procedures ManuaZ    (SDSPROMAN), and    the    MILPERSMAN. In     the     following paragraphs, various check-in procedures are covered and include precheck-in procedures, check-in procedures, verification and purging of    service records, travel claims, receipt endorsements,    and   other   administrative procedures   that are  required    in   the   receipt   of  new   personnel. PRECHECK-IN PROCEDURES When    you   receive     an prospective     gain,    take   the assignment directive following actions: for   a 1.  Annotate the   EDVR    to   show   the   receipt    of  the assignment directive or enter the appropriate information by  pen-and-ink change  if   not   already    listed. 2.  File   the   assignment    directive    in   a  receipts   tickler file   in   alphabetical order  by  transfer    month    to  await    the receipt of    a    copy     of    the transferring command’s completed    orders.   If   the   orders   are   not   received    before the   first    of  the   month    following the   indicated transfer month,    request   a  copy  from   the   transferring command. 3.  Forward a  sponsor    letter and   welcome    aboard material in   all   cases  as  indicated in   MILPERSMAN, Article 1810580. 4.  Upon   receipt    of  the   orders   from   the   transferring command,    verify     that    the   member   is  being    directed    to proceed to    the correct port. If not, advise the transferring command by   message.    Make sure    you retain a  copy   of   the    message    you    have     sent    to   the member’s   transferring command concerning correct routing     instructions. CHECK-IN PROCEDURES An   important responsibility you   will have    is  the reception     extended    to  a  new   member   on  board.   All    too often  reporting    personnel   are  treated   as  intruders    instead of   welcome members by   the    command’s    team.    The initial impression that     you    give    of  yourself and   the command     is  very    important. It   is   essential that    you receive   new   personnel    in   a  friendly manner,    welcoming them   aboard,  and  assisting   them  in   anyway   that   you  can. Remember the    customer service     skills discussed in chapter     1  of  this    TRAMAN. You   will     be  responsible for   assisting them    in   the completion of  various forms    such   as  travel claims    or perhaps   a new   page  2.  It   will    also  be your   job  to  answer any   questions   new  personnel    may  have,   or  to  refer   them to   the    appropriate person     who     can    give     them     the information they   need.  Whenever    a  new   person   checks in   to  your    command,   always    remember   that    you   should put   his   or  her   concerns  ahead  of  yours.   You   should   take your    time    and   complete     all   the   necessary     forms    and obtain    all   the   needed   information from   the   member   on his   or  her   initial reporting.     This   will    make  sure  that    all actions    are  completed    in   a  timely     manner    and   prevent unnecessary delays    caused   by   inattention to   detail    on your   part. 12-18

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